Trinity’s Men’s Link helps connect men in the community, provides informal activities and the opportunity to form friendships for mutual encouragement and support. While catering primarily for men of retirement age, it is open for men of all ages in order to hear one another’s stories and benefit from one another’s wisdom – or just to have a laugh!
Time spent together changes regularly and although relatively unstructured can include activities such as; coffee at local cafes, playing cards and games, table tennis, darts, walks and museum visits etc. Being a church based initiative, don’t be surprised if from time to time discussions around our physical, social, emotional and spiritual lives, as well as the topical issues of the day, involve a Christian faith and belief perspective. This will be shared with humility and respect. Indeed we encourage your questions in this regard.
We meet for Men’s Link for about one and a half to two hours, each fortnight on the first and third Tuesday of each month between 10 am – 11.30/12 noon in the Activities Room of Trinity Baptist Church at 8A Bedford Square, Colonel Light Gardens. A $2.00 donation will help defray the cost of coffee/tea and nibbles.
Trinity also has a small men’s recreational cycling group that engages in Lycra-free wheeling on Thursday mornings for fun, friendship and fitness – and of course coffee! If you’re keen to participate in this healthy past-time, you would be most welcome too.
For more information about Men’s Link or Lycra-free Wheeling contact: David Crinion on 0401 124 424